10, 000 people treated at SRF free medical camp in Warangal

10, 000 people treated at SRF free medical camp in Warangal
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As many as 10,000 villagers were treated at a mega free medical camp, organised by Srinivasa Ramanuja Foundation (SRF) at Kamalapur mandal headquarters in Warangal Urban district on Sunday.

Warangal: As many as 10,000 villagers were treated at a mega free medical camp, organised by Srinivasa Ramanuja Foundation (SRF) at Kamalapur mandal headquarters in Warangal Urban district on Sunday.

Finance Minister Eatala Rajender launched the medical camp. Speaking on the occasion, he appreciated the efforts of the SRF for conducting the camp by roping in 50 specialist doctors for the benefit of the rural folks. He wanted the foundation to conduct many such camps in the future.

The Minister informed that the government was planning to conduct such free medical camps in the villages in the days to come and asked the public to make use of free medical camps conducted by non-governmental organisations.

Rajender lauded the service activities of the SRF, which has been honouring best teachers, doctors, government employees and social activists with awards for their services to the society. The Olympiads conducted by the foundation were of great use to the students, he added.

The district medical and health officers of Warangal Urban and Rural Dr B Harishraj and Dr Venkata Ramana, Kaloji Health University register Dr Devulapalli Naveen, the SRF president Tumma Amaresh, its medical convener Namilikonda Panchala Roy, advisor Dr Ganapathi Sarma, V Pavan Kumar Sarma, MPP L Laxman Rao, ZPTC M Naveen Kumar and sarpanches were present.

Speaking on the occasion, SRF president Amaresh said he felt very happy at conducting the medical camp at his native place. Nearly 400 volunteers of National Service Scheme offered their services during the camp, he informed and thanked them and doctors for their services.

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